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  1. Steve Trott, after graduating from Harvard Law, became a prosecutor in the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office. Later, he served as Associate Attorney General, the number two position in the United States Department of Justice during the Presidency of Ronald Reagan and in 1987 was appointed a judge of the United States ...

  2. Steve Trott (* 12. Dezember 1939 in Glen Ridge (New Jersey), bis 1962: Gitarre, Bariton). Nach einem Jura-Studium an der Harvard Law School wurde er Bundesrichter. Gil Robbins (* 3. April 1931 in Spokane, Washington; † 5. April 2011 in Esteban Cantú, Mexiko ).

  3. www.originalhighwaymen.com › p3trottLevel 3 page: Trott

    Steve Trott sings baritone with the Highwaymen and plays three (yes, count 'em, THREE) mandolins made by the legendary Rolfe Gerhardt, and a Norman Blake model Martin guitar. But only one at a time. So far. After college, Steve went to Harvard Law School and become a prosecutor for 23 years, 17 in the District Attorney's Office in Los Angeles ...

  4. 30. Apr. 2016 · 88. 8.9K views 7 years ago. #1 for two weeks Sept. 4 and 11, 1961. Steve Trott, mandolin and guitarist for the group, explained that "Michael" was such a big hit because Dave Fisher "put a...

  5. Steven Trotter (November 13, 1960 – October 14, 2022) was an American daredevil who at age 24 became the youngest person to have gone over Niagara Falls in a barrel. He was one of a few people to perform the stunt twice. He also performed other illegal stunts.

  6. Wesleyan University. 7.56K subscribers. Subscribed. 49. 6.1K views 10 years ago. Stephen S. Trott is a Senior Circuit Judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. As a...

  7. Stephen Spangler Trott [1] (born December 12, 1939) is a Senior United States circuit judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit . Education and career. Born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, Trott received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University in 1962.