Tre Mason won't go to jail stemming from his March arrest -- when cops used a taser on the ex-Rams running back to subdue him after a traffic stop.
Mason was pulled over in his Porsche in Hollywood, FL on March 5th -- but when cops ordered him out of the car, he refused to budge.
Cops used the taser to incapacitate Mason and later charged him with resisting arrest without violence, reckless driving, weed possession and more.
Now, we've learned Mason cut a deal with prosecutors in which he pled no contest to resisting arrest, weed possession and failure to register his vehicle ... and in exchange all he has to do is pay a $293 fine.
Mason was involved in several police incidents in the months that followed and his family has said he suffers from mental illness as a result of his time in the NFL.