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September 23, 1987

Raider linebacker Jerry Robinson must complete a drug diversion program to escape trial on four narcotics charges, but still faces up to 90 days in jail if convicted of drunken driving, Municipal Judge Carlos Baker ruled.

Robinson was arrested July 16 near his Rancho Palos Verdes home and charged with possession of cocaine and codeine, driving under the influence of drugs, being under the influence of cocaine and possession of a cocaine pipe.

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