has scheduled a press conference at 2 p.m. ET Thursday in Tallahassee, Fla., to discuss his office's investigation into Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston on an allegation that he sexually assaulted a woman last year.Florida state attorney William Meggs
''We think we have exhausted all investigative tools,'' Meggs told The Associated Press.
Winston's attorney Tim Jansen has maintained that sex between his client and the woman on the night in question was consensual and has offered affidavits from two witnesses that he says back up Winston's story.
"We are waiting for the press conference. We have not been contacted by Mr. Meggs' office," Jansen texted Yahoo Sports. "We hope the investigation was complete and shows what really happened in December. Mr. Winston did nothing wrong."
While they have no official knowledge of the decision, Tallahassee-area criminal defense attorneys with familiarity of how Meggs' office works said the decision to schedule such an announcement is a signRead More »from State attorney: Jameis Winston sexual battery case decision coming Thursday