My guess is that t he judge will consider that a reasonably similar alternative to what was agreed to. However, you will never know for sure until you go back to court and make the request for expungement.
Sometimes the conviction rate combines both pleas along with trial convictions. It also combines trials of innocent persons along with trials of people obviously guilty. That makes for a less than accurate picture. Nonetheless, trials are always difficult, risky, and emotionally draining, which is why cases plead out. Trials can be won with or without the defendant taking the stand. It depends on a number of factors, not the least of which would be the strength of the prosecution's evidence.
You may want to be a bit careful here. I suspect that there is something more here than is being presented. I would anticipate something further from the court. In the mean time, be absolutely certain that you make a timely (within ten days of the incident) request to DMV for an Administrative hearing.
The DMV notice was standard procedure and needs to have a hearing requested within 10 days of it's issuance. Do not let the ten day period lapse with making the request. Anticipate that notice of a DUI being filed will follow.
Motions to sever or consolidate are part of the pre-trial activity on certain cases. Generally, the prosecutors prefer to see these types of matters consolidated. Generally, Defense counsel prefers to see them severed.
If you feel that consolidation would be prejudicial to your daughter's case, then it should be opposed, based upon the issue of prejudice. Talk to her defense counsel about the issue.