Anyone know anything about Sam Harris...

Anyone know anything about Sam Harris Attorney?

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Jingle

Cookeville, TN

#1 Feb 19, 2011
I am wondering if anyone has had any history with this lawyer
Jingle

Cookeville, TN

#2 Feb 21, 2011
Someone has to of dealt with him previously.
Mee

Cookeville, TN

#3 Feb 21, 2011
Well, my husband and I both have used him. In my husbands case, he says he done a good job. In my case on the other hand, he could have explained things better to me. Mine was a divorce case and a lot of things should have been different... I guess it could go both ways. He was fairly priced for this area and down to earth. That's about all I can say.. Sorry!
Jingle

Cookeville, TN

#4 Feb 25, 2011
Thank you Mee.. I appreciate your feedback. I agree he is fair priced and down to earth.. :-)
Run

Tullahoma, TN

#5 Feb 26, 2011
As fast as you can! Thats about all I can say!
DMC

Cookeville, TN

#6 Jan 10, 2012
I dont know about Harris, I know Jaramiah Hruska is a good one. Fair and good price takes care of his people
Max

Cookeville, TN

#7 Jan 10, 2012
Yeah I am using him now he is new but he has smoked a few of the old ones lol I like him he is there when you need him too!
In the Know

Crossville, TN

#8 Jan 22, 2012
I unfortunatley know Sam Harris and find him to be a fair to poor attorney. He was a horrible father and husband and I'm not sure if he ever secured a place to live or still lives in whatever office he's working out of at the time. With all the very experienced, extremely educated and competent attorneys that there are in our area I would suggest doing a little more homework. He's probably cheap but remember you get what you pay for.
Hey

Cookeville, TN

#9 Feb 9, 2012
If you need a good atty, you should really go to Jaramiah Hruska. He is a fair lawyer and he even takes payment plans for those of us that are living on a month to month basis.
been there done that

Cookeville, TN

#10 Feb 27, 2012
sam is terrible.NOT professional.he lies, does not follow through and has a terrible reputation in the cookeville area legal profession. Even though he is cheaper than some lawyers he does not earn the money you pay him. he takes the easiest way out of a case instead of fighting for his clients.
I like him

Cookeville, TN

#11 Mar 2, 2012
because he represented and worked with the Putnam Pit in rooting out corruption in our fair city some time back.
putnampit

Kenosha, WI

#13 Apr 14, 2012
Jingle wrote:
I am wondering if anyone has had any history with this lawyer
I think you are asking about a history with Sam Harris as an attorney. I have had a history with Sam Harris as an attorney. Whatever complaints anyone may have about Sam Harris, he has very strong positives as well.
1. He will not sell you out to the good old boys.
2. He believes in his clients and takes a personal interest in their welfare.

I do not know another Cookeville lawyer I would trust with my cases.
Well oh well

Cookeville, TN

#14 Apr 14, 2012
Ok lets go back in time. Do you remember "low tax Looper' who is in jail for killing ______I can not remember his name, but Sam Harris was on the news supporting this murderer. I also used him for my business,pryor to his news interview. He sucks, and anyone who uses him...well I pray for you for the best.
putnampit

Kenosha, WI

#15 Apr 15, 2012
There is a difference between "supporting" Looper and believing the man deserved a fair trial. It is not clear why you were unhappy with Looper but it is NOT true that he supported Looper. Sam Harris said (when everyone was convinced by now-disbarred former DA Bill Gibson) that "It is irrefutable that Looper is not guilty," and her said it BECAUSE LOOPER HAD NOT BEEN TRIED YET. To me, tghat is a true fact. Looper could not have been guilty if he had not been yet been tried. That's just the way our system is supposed to work. It would be a frightening reality if a lawyer was black-balled for making that point.
Well oh well

Cookeville, TN

#16 Apr 16, 2012
putnampit wrote:
There is a difference between "supporting" Looper and believing the man deserved a fair trial. It is not clear why you were unhappy with Looper but it is NOT true that he supported Looper. Sam Harris said (when everyone was convinced by now-disbarred former DA Bill Gibson) that "It is irrefutable that Looper is not guilty," and her said it BECAUSE LOOPER HAD NOT BEEN TRIED YET. To me, tghat is a true fact. Looper could not have been guilty if he had not been yet been tried. That's just the way our system is supposed to work. It would be a frightening reality if a lawyer was black-balled for making that point.
Well he stinks as a lawyer.Bottom line. I would bet many,many more people would agree.
History major

Kenosha, WI

#17 Apr 17, 2012
You are entitled to your opinion. Funny how people supported Bill Gibson although he was disbarred for lying and having an unethical relationship with a prisoner prosecuted by Gibson's office, while using Harris' living quarters and rejection of lynch-mob mentality toward Looper as a reason to attack him. Believe me, I have my issues with Sam Harris. They are personal and deep. We have not spoken for years because he is a right-wing zealot and I can't stand his political rhetoric which oozes from him like cockroaches from Spankies' kitchen. But he is trustworthy and fights for his clients.
dinkydao

Denver, NC

#18 Apr 18, 2012
Heard he was purty
HOLY HARRY

Crossville, TN

#19 Jun 22, 2012
Harris may be okay if he actually knew law. I ran into him today and the guy pretty much threatened me and he has no idea what he was talking about. A police officer told me to not pay attention to what he was ranting and raving about. I wouldn't use him to represent my dog after the way he talked to me. I had to just hang up. His client did apologize for how child like and rude he was so that helped I guess. I would go with Jaramiah Hruska for sure, much more professional and won't embarrass you. Good ole common sense still goes a long way with me and Harris just don't exercise it...
A made up name

Cookeville, TN

#20 Jun 26, 2012
It's so ridiculously obvious about the people associated with other law firms to make Sam Harris look like a "bad lawyer" that it's hilarious. "I don't know about you, but everyone knows a dollar is worth more than a penny, and that's sense you can count on." or "One time I saw Sam Harris pissin on a cross in front of baby, but the good ole preacher man told me to pay him no mind cuz he was just poor old sam harris."

Hahah, give me a fucking break.
A made up name

Cookeville, TN

#21 Jun 26, 2012
"One time I saw Sam Harris get up in front of the judge and pull his pecker out to make a point about the law. Now I don't know how you do things but dollars to donuts I wouldn't go with Sam Harris as an attorney no way shape or form, but if you do I pray that your family doesn't come down with consumption like I seen Sam Harris's dog do once, just cuz he looked at it like he looks at everyone. Diseased."

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