If your evaluation is not past your due date or you have been given the extra time by the Judge or your Probation Officer, you may get a second evaluation. Both evaluations must be given to your Probation Officer. All of your information, to include arrests and alcohol/drug use, must be contained in both evaluations. The second evaluator must see the first evaluation and explain why he/she agrees or disagrees with the recommendations of the first evaluation. Your Probation Officer still has the final say in which evaluation is followed.