Reuben Foster has marijuana misdemeanor charge dismissed

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Reuben Foster saw another win legally Friday as his marijuana charge resulting in a misdemeanor was dropped in Alabama. 

Foster's case was dismissed Friday by the Tuscaloosa district attorney's office after completing a diversion course. The 24-year-old must pay court costs and a $100 bail bond fee, according to multiple reports. 

Even though the misdemeanor was dropped, Foster could still face discipline as part of the NFL's substance abuse policy.

Friday's news comes just two days after a Santa Clara County judge dismissed two domestic-violence charges against Foster and reduced a weapons charge to a misdemeanor. 

Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee was first to report Friday's news. 

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