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Hi - are you asking if this makes the SJPN invalid? also do you have any points on your licence?
Were you the driver?
You can refuse the SJPN for any reason you like.
However, you do face the risk of them prosecuting you on the basis of your husband's declaration that you were the driver.
It might not be the best evidence but they could do it and you should be aware of that.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Yes, but it doesn't change the above.
They won't provide that before the matter goes to court.