I went to be evaluated also. The 'counselor' was, of course, a 'recovering' drug addict. In this state you are labled as I or II, meaning probably an addict that needs counseling (I), or not an addict, someone who made a mistake (II). If you are a "I", you then have to attend whatever program the 'counselor' decides upon, based on his 'evaluation', that is sent to the MVD. You then have to complete the required sessions (some are 5 times, some up to 15- there are no standards)- and if you miss ONE, you have sto start over. So, it's a crap shoot when you are given a page of names to choose from, because there are no standards, and what they tell the MVD becomes your fate. Anway- I told him, yes, I smoked pot a few times, in high school, 40 years ago, and hated it- that even today the smell of it makes me gag. He labeled me as a "I", because I was an 'admitted sunstance abuser', and mandated that I attend 15 counseling sessions. I told my lawyer this, he told me to get another evaluation, that the MVD doesn't care if you send in more than one. I did. Told the guy the same thing, and even told him that the first guy labeled me a "I". This new guy labeled me a "II", and sent that to the MVD. No counseling sessions, that by the way- would have profited guy #1 to the tune of $1600? True story.