FSU QB won’t be charged

Posted: December 6, 2013 at 1:37 a.m.

Florida state attorney Willie Meggs announced Thursday that his office will not bring charges against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, who was accused of sexual assault by a female student in December 2012. “We try to treat everybody the same, and I think we have a record of doing that,” Meggs said. “We worked as fast as we could in the time constraints that we had.”

A Florida prosecutor on Thursday announced that Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston will not face charges of sexual battery.

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