By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ
The San Benito Consolidated Independent School District spent nearly $4,000 in legal fees for work conducted in November in the investigation into suspended Superintendent of Schools Antonio G. Limón.
Guerra and Farah PLLC, the Houston-based law firm the SBCISD Board of Trustees hired to conduct the probe at a $150 per hour rate, charged the district $3,975 for 26.5 hours of work completed from Nov. 18-21, according to an invoice dated Nov. 29.
The invoice’s service summary states that Sarah Dionne of said firm charged $525 for receiving, reviewing and analyzing information from the district in response to a “list of documents into individual allegations” on Nov. 18.
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