The state attorney's office investigating the sexual assault allegations against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has pushed the timeline for making a decision on whether to bring charges to two weeks or more.
Contributing to the delay is the fact that one of the top assistants is involved with a capital murder case next week.
"Believe it or not, we have other cases we're involved with; we haven't shut down our office to focus entirely on this case," William Meggs, state attorney for the Second Judicial Circuit in Tallahassee, Fla., told ESPN.com.
Meggs told The Associated Press last week that there were still "four or five" things that needed to be done before a decision could be made on potential charges.
"We're waiting on some things and we still have some loose ends to tie up," he told ESPN.com last week.
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