At the pretrial, the prosecutor and defense further discuss the case and may even meet with the judge. The plea offer is often stated on the record in open court. At the plea hearing, the defendant may accept or reject the plea. If the defendant rejects the plea, the trial date is confirmed and a date to litigate motions may be set. If the defendant accepts the plea, he/she may proceed to sentencing on that date or sentencing may be set on a subsequent date for a Presentence Investigation (PSI) to be conducted. A PSI is conducted by Parole and Probation and obtains information regarding the defendant’s familial upbringing, educational history, criminal history, and financial history. The PSI will also include a victim impact statement if the victim choses. At the conclusion of the PSI, a sentence recommendation is made.