Ex-San Jose council candidate won’t serve any jail time for crash that killed a 66-year-old pedestrian

When a judge sentenced Jennifer Higgins last summer to up to six months in jail for fatally striking a 66-year-old pedestrian with her SUV, the victim’s family thought the former San Jose City Council candidate and California Women’s March leader got off lightly.

But now, Higgins is not serving any jail time at all — and apparently, she’s making the most of it.

Photos and videos from the March for Reproductive Rights on Oct. 2 in downtown Los Angeles appear to show Higgins dancing on stage after celebrities and activists like Barbara Streisand and Alyssa Milano wrapped up their speeches. At the end of a live video stream, an

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