James S. Harlan

James S. Harlan (1861 - 1927) was a lawyer and son of United States Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan. Clarence Darrow worked with Harlan and Stephen S. Gregory in the sanity trial of Patrick Prendergast which began on June 20, 1894. Harlan later served as the Attorney General of Puerto Rico from 1901 to 1903. He became a member of the United States Interstate Commerce Commission in 1906 and became chairman in 1914.