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No, I am very sorry to say you do not have any rights to sue anyone for this matter. You have a right to file a criminal complaint
against the friend for giving the license to your daughter, but your daughter legally in FL is NOT a minor any longer, even though she is not yet of the legal drinking age.
The age of majority in FL is 18, despite the drinking age being 21, and the friend is guilty of aiding and abetting underage consumption of alcohol, but not contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The friend is also guilty of misusing her license, which would get her license suspended for up to 1 year.
However, as far as a civil suit, any civil suit would have to be brought by your daughter against the friend and it would be based on negligence in allowing your daughter to use the license.
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