A two-day hearing was held this month to determine whether the 2013 Heisman winner violated sections of the conduct code- two for sexual misconduct, two for endangerment.
Former Florida Supreme Court Justice Major Harding ruled the evidence was “insufficient to satisfy the burden of proof.” Prosecutor Willie Meggs made a similar decision a year ago when he decided not to criminally charge Winston, citing lack of evidence.
Fisher said Monday: “I felt very happy for him and his family and the people involved with him. We’ve dealt with it in our own ways, but it is a relief. Especially for him.”