Bishop Steven Parrott Pleads Guilty to Fraud
Disgraced Pentecostal bishop Steven Parrott of Newark parishioners for nearly $160,000 by misleading them into giving it for nonexistent after-school programs or church repairs has plead guilty to fraud Friday. He used lies to convince them they needed their money in this way.
He earned his B.S. from Towson University and his J.D. from University of Baltimore School of Law, respectively.
Early Life and Education
Steven Parrott graduated with an agribusiness degree from the University of Idaho. Since he was young, Steven has been actively engaged with Idaho politics and public policy issues; serving on Fort Boise Produce’s board as well as taking part in community service and educational programs.
He has extensive experience handling complex defense litigation cases relating to wrongful death, medical malpractice, products liability and family law matters. He has overseen a number of high profile cases both state and federal courts.
He is widely respected by clients for being accessible and providing thorough legal advice with an efficient service delivery model. As an attorney at both trial and appellate levels, his expertise includes an internship with Honorable Judge Frank A. Kaufmann of District Court of Maryland.
Parrott was a regular presence on the professional snooker circuit during the late ’80s and ’90s, losing to Steve Davis in 1989 World Championship final but winning it back two years later in 1991 – also reaching semifinals of 1992 event.
He is also a studio expert for BBC Sport’s snooker coverage, providing tutorials and guidance to viewers. Additionally, he appears frequently on A Question of Sport as team captain from 1996 until 2002.
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Achievement and Honors
In the 1990s, Parrott was an established professional player on the circuit. He reached both World Championship finals – 1989 and 1991 – as well as winning both major ranking events simultaneously; becoming one of only six players ever to accomplish such an extraordinary feat in one calendar year.
Parrott’s poem was subtle enough to pass Legacy’s algorithms designed to detect religious spam, revenge notes and profanity that appear daily in its obituaries. Additionally, it made it through three-tiered review process where multiple content screeners — bloggers, stay-at-home moms and retirees among them – review every submission individually before final approval is given.
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Steven Parrott is a practicing attorney in Maryland and joined DeCaro Doran’s firm as of counsel in 2019. Licensed to practice law both within Maryland state limits as well as within DC, Steven is fully prepared to offer legal guidance in both jurisdictions.
Prior to his current employment at Hudson Pulp and Paper, he spent many years hunting and fishing in Osceola National Forest as well as growing vegetables in his garden in his free time.
Lola Roberts Parrott died in 2010, leaving behind his wife Judy; two sons – Terry and Stephen Tyre; daughter Lisa Morgan; stepsons Tom Heath and Michael Heath as well as his siblings and grandchildren to remember him by. Additionally he was an active member of New Prospect Baptist Church.
Parrott initially played bowls until he was 12 before switching to snooker, becoming an accomplished and prolific player who won several prestigious tournaments such as World and Masters Championships, among other prizes.
He boasts a net worth of $5 Million earned through his career in snooker. Additionally, he is widely known as an on-screen personality due to frequent television appearances.
He works as a studio expert for BBC Sport and provides playing tutorials to viewers. He lives an interesting life and is well-known personality; with blue eyes and salt-and-pepper hair. At 5 feet 11 inches he boasts an ideal physique and his height of 5 feet makes for an impressive presence. Passionate about snooker, he enjoys socializing with fans via social media whenever possible.