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Jameis Winston's Florida State student code of conduct hearing goes into 2nd day

Baine Kerr, left, the attorney for the alleged victim of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, arrives at Florida State's Materials Research building for his student Conduct code hearing, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014, in Tallahassee, Fla. (AP Photo/Don Juan Moore)

Baine Kerr, left, the attorney for the alleged victim of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, arrives at Florida State's Materials Research building for his student Conduct code hearing, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014, in Tallahassee, Fla. (AP Photo/Don Juan Moore)  (The Associated Press)

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is going to spend a second day in a hearing that could determine his future at his school.

A university hearing examining whether Winston violated the school's student code of conduct is scheduled to resume Wednesday.

Tuesday's closed-door hearing adjourned after five hours. It comes roughly two years after a then-FSU student says Winston sexually assaulted her. Winston was not charged criminally after an investigation into the incident.

The hearing before a former Florida Supreme Court chief justice is closed to the public and media. It is to determine whether Winston violated any of four sections of the code of conduct — two for sexual misconduct and two for endangerment.

If the hearing officer rules against Winston sanctions range from a reprimand to expulsion.