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According to ESPN, Florida State officials have agreed to postpone quarterback Jameis Winston's upcoming student conduct code hearing until Dec. 1.

The delay comes at the request of Winston's attorney, David Cornwell, who told FSU officials he hadn't had sufficient time to review the evidence. FSU officials had previously informed Winston and the woman who accused him of sexually assaulting her in December 2012 that the hearing would take place next week.

The hearing will now take place two days after Florida State (No. 3 CFP, No. 2 AP) closes the regular season against rival Florida at Doak Campbell Stadium. Under FSU's student conduct rules and regulations, the school will provide him with a written decision within 10 school days of the hearing or later "if additional consideration of evidence and deliberation is required." Both Winston and the woman who accused him are entitled to appeal the decision.
Retired Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Major Harding will hear the case Dec. 1.
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Of course FSU allowed the move to DEC 1. FSU = Felony State U. Jim Bo Fishers days are numbered. He has allowed himself to believe his own lies.
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And when he drops out after the postseason to go pro, this code of conduct hearing will be adjourned as he will no longer be a student. Well played Jameis. Well played.
Reply85 months
Is there anyone surprised about this?
It will make the Gator victory over the criminoles sweeter with Crableg playing.
Reply85 months
They don't want to force things.
Reply85 months
What hearing ?? Thought JW was already serving time.
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Well, there's a shocker
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Of Course.
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