Aldon Smith on Wednesday pleaded no contest to the three weapons charges and one count of misdemeanor DUI in Santa Clara Superior Court. The 49ers' linebacker must appear again on July 25 when he will be sentenced. The 49ers are expected to report for training camp earlier that week.

The case against Smith, 24, had two parts: DUI charges in which the 49ers linebacker drove his truck through and came to rest in the front yard of a San Jose residence and weapons charges relating to three semi-automatic rifles found in his bedroom following an out-of-control party in 2012. Smith allegedly purchased some of the guns legally during a 49ers road trip to Arizona but did not register or modify them upon his return to California.

Today's resolution does not include April's incident at Los Angeles International Airport in which Smith allegedly said he had a bomb as he went through security. Witnesses said Smith was acting strangely at the Southwest Airlines ticket counter prior to security, and police suspected he had been drinking. The L.A. City Attorney's office is considering the case and has not filed charges at this time. Smith told CSN Bay Area recently that he looked forward to the truth being revealed through the legal process. "A lot of these things are being painted in a picture that's not true," he told the web site.