Jon Jones can put his recent legal issues behind him again after he was cleared of multiple traffic violations.
Jones was cited for driving without a registration, license and insurance by police after being pulled over for driving 75mph in a 35mph zone in Alberquerque, New Mexico on January 31st which led to his date in court yesterday.
The former light-heavyweight champion was able to provide all the necessary documentation in court on Wednesday morning which will lead to his slate being wiped clean if he stays out of trouble for the next 90 days.
Jones did however agree to also make a $100 donation to the New Mexico Animal Humane Society as a show of good faith.
The 28 year-old can now focus fully on his upcoming rematch with current champion Daniel Cormier which will serve as the main event of UFC 197 on Saturday, April 23rd in Las Vegas.
Jones already holds a unanimous decision victory over Cormier at UFC 182 in January of 2015, but would be stripped of the title just months later when he was charged over a hit and run incident in Alberquerque.
He was able to escape a jail sentence for his actions, and with his latest traffic violation now behind him the hope is that the fighter widely considered to be the sport’s No.1 pound-for-pound fighter will now put his troubles behind him and get back to doing what he does best in the Octagon.