The state has discretion in deciding who will be charged and with which crime. You can try to talk directly to the State attorney's office, but I would not expect too much. Alternatively, your daughter has certain rights under the victim rights act.
The warrant is valid in any state. It originates in FL. That means that if she encounters police in any state, she will be arrested, FL will be notified, and if the authorities are still interested in prosecuting her (usually they are) she will be extradited (transported) to FL to face the charges. She needs an attorney in FL to address the issues and try to resolve the violation.
The most important thing is to let your feelings on the subject be known by the state attorney. You have a right as the victim to be heard and to be present. That includes sentencing. Your words can be very persuasive to the judge. You can even hire an attorney to assert you rights under the victim's rights act.
Make sure that you go to court. The case will probably be reset. It will probably be a waste of your time, but you will avoid having the court potentially issue an arrest warrant for you. If the charges are filed, contact an attorney to talk about your options.
You will first need to get a writen determination as to why you were rejected. I do not see any civil liability, but you may want to consult with attorney William Ruffier. 407-244-3000.
Also, you may want to go back to the state attorney and request a reconsideration.
You must file a Demand for Speedy Trial. This is a very technical area of the law. Filing the demand has other implications. Most importantly, it says that you are ready for trial. You should consult with an attorney before filing this motion.
You have the right to represent yourself (Highly not recommended). But, you can do it. Legal Aid is the other alternative. We offer a free consultation and payment plans. Feel free to call at 407-426-5757
Generally speaking you are looking at a max of 50% (with exceptions). You need to get to the court and get a modification. Contact a local attorney who offers free consultations to discuss in more detail.