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Topic - David S. Weinstein
From the criminal standpoint, former prosecutor David S. Weinstein said it's possible but not likely that Incognito could be charged with extortion if he made threats to force Martin to pay the $15,000 for the Vegas trip.
"However, I don't really see the (state prosecutors) going after Incognito, but I could be wrong," Weinstein said.