Reference

Extracts from Crimes Act

False statement that a person or property is in danger

203. If: (a) a person:
(i) makes to another person a statement that the first mentioned person knows to be false or misleading; or
(ii) sends to another person a document containing such a statement; and

(b) the statement is likely to make that other person fear for the safety of a person (including the maker of the statement or the person to whom it is made) or for the safety of property, or both, the first mentioned person is liable to imprisonment for 5 years.

Making or using false instruments
300. (1) A person who makes a false instrument, with the intention that he or she, or another person, will use it to induce another person:
(a) to accept the instrument as genuine; and
(b) because of that acceptance, to do or not do some act to that other person's, or to another person's, prejudice, is liable to penal servitude for 10 years.
(2) A person who uses an instrument which is, and which the person knows to be, false, with the intention of inducing another person:
(a) to accept the instrument as genuine; and
(b) because of that acceptance, to do or not do some act to that other person's, or to another person's, prejudice, is liable to penal servitude for 10 years.
Making or using copies of false instruments
301. (1) A person who makes a copy of an instrument which is, and which the person knows to be, a false instrument, with the intention that he or she, or another person, will use it to induce another person:
(a) to accept the copy as a copy of a genuine instrument; and
(b) because of that acceptance, to do or not do some act to that other person's, or to another person's, prejudice, is liable to penal servitude for 10 years.
(2) A person who uses a copy of an instrument which is, and which he or she knows to be a false instrument, with the intention of inducing another person:
(a) to accept the copy as a copy of a genuine instrument; and
(b) because of that acceptance, to do or not do some act to that other person's, or to another person's, prejudice, is liable to penal servitude for 10 years.
Custody of false instruments etc.
302. A person who has in his or her custody, or under his or her control, an instrument which is false, and which he or she knows to be false, with the intention that the person or another person will use it to induce another person:
(a) to accept the instrument as genuine; and
(b) because of that acceptance, to do or not do some act to that other person's, or to another person's, prejudice, is liable to penal servitude for 10 years.
False accusations etc.
314. A person who makes an accusation intending a person to be the subject of an investigation of an offence, knowing that other person to be innocent of the offence, is liable to penal servitude for 7 years.
Threatening or intimidating judges, witnesses, jurors etc.
322. A person who threatens to do or cause, or who does or causes, any injury or detriment to any person:
(a) intending to influence a person called or to be called as a witness in any judicial proceeding to give false evidence or withhold true evidence or to not attend as a witness or not produce anything in evidence pursuant to a summons or subpoena; or
(b) intending to influence any person (whether or not a particular person) in the person's conduct as a juror in any judicial proceeding or to not attend as a juror in any judicial proceeding, whether he or she has been sworn as a juror or not; or
(c) intending to influence any person in the person's conduct as a judicial officer; or
(d) intending to influence any person in the person's conduct as a public justice official in or in connection with any judicial proceeding, is liable to penal servitude for 10 years.
Influencing witnesses and jurors
323. A person who does any act:
(a) intending to procure, persuade, induce or otherwise cause any person called or to be called as a witness in any judicial proceeding to give false evidence or withhold true evidence or to not attend as a witness or not produce any thing in evidence pursuant to a summons or subpoena; or
(b) intending, other than by the production of evidence and argument in open court, to influence any person (whether or not a particular person) in the person's conduct as a juror in any judicial proceeding, whether he or she has been sworn as a juror or not, is liable to imprisonment for 7 years.
False entry on public register
336. (1) A person who for an improper purpose makes a statement for the making of an entry in any register kept by a public officer for a public purpose, knowing the statement to be false or misleading in a material particular, is liable to imprisonment for 5 years.
(2) A person who for an improper purpose makes an entry in any register kept by a public officer for a public purpose, knowing the entry to be false or misleading in a material particular, is liable to imprisonment for 5 years.
False instruments issued by public officers
337. A public officer who, being authorised or required to issue an instrument whereby any person may be prejudicially affected, issues the instrument for an improper purpose knowing it to be false in a material particular is liable to imprisonment for 5 years.