Relatives of Bexar County leaders worked more hours than other interns, records show
Bexar County timesheet records show relatives of county leaders repeatedly working full time hours during 2019 summer internships. Bexar County pay records show a 2019 summer intern assigned to public works consistently clocked 24 hours per week. An intern assigned to the country courts reached 36 hours worked one week, but worked fewer hours every other week, the records reviewed by the Defenders show. A majority of county interns that summer worked around 20 hours a week, county auditor records confirm. AdTime sheets for Turner show he routinely worked fewer than 20 hours a week and never topped more than 25 hours worked in a single week.