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Yes, it is often possible (although not guaranteed) to get this kind of sentence commuted or dismissed in these types of situations.
It is important to keep in mind that these are criminal charges, so it is critical to retain an attorney to represent the defendant in the process. If she cannot afford an attorney, make sure to contact the public defender's office and ask for representation to be appointed for her.
Expect to be asked for information or documentation from her stay in the hospital to support her request for leniency here (her attorney can assist you in compiling exactly what they want to present to the District Attorney and/or the court).
The court is also going to want to find some sort of assurance that steps are taken to prevent future driving without a license (this is harder to prove or present, but again a local attorney can assist you in putting together what will work best for your particular county DA and Judge).