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Of course, he was...
Florida State QB Jameis Winston was cleared on sexual assault allegations in his Code of Conduct hearing on campus.
Winston's attorney, David Cornwell, announced the decision on his Twitter account Sunday afternoon:
"In sum, the preponderance of the evidence has not shown that you are responsible for ANY of the charged violations of the Code."
This does not mean that the accuser in the case is locked out of options. She and her legal representation could pursue a civil case- which is highly likely. But had Winston's Code of Conduct case come back with a decision against him, he could have been expelled (among other things you can to to a student in an evidentiary hearing setting).
And, to no one's surprise, the way the university handled the Winston case might have been a little different than the others the school has handled in the past that were similar in charge and scope.
Andy Alcock examines...