The Crimes Act 1961 is quite clear in regard to bringing false accusations, it says this:
Section 115 - Conspiring to bring false accusation:Which is interesting when you take a good long look at some of the false accusations being flung around by local Police prosecutors:
Every one who conspires to prosecute any person for any alleged offence, knowing that person to be innocent thereof, is liable—
(a) to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 14 years if that person might, on conviction of the alleged offence, be sentenced to preventive detention, or to imprisonment for a term of 3 years or more:
(b) to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 7 years if that person might, on conviction of the alleged offence, be sentenced to imprisonment for a term less than 3 years.
Section 115(a): amended, on 26 December 1989, by section 3(4) of the Abolition of the Death Penalty Act 1989 (1989 No 119).
EX Constable Gallagher couldn't wait to resign from the Police after they lost these two defended hearings after I represented myself - after Police unsuccessfully tried to have me incarcerated in a loony bin and ruled "not fit to represent herself" under the Mental Health Act. Gallagher is a malicious liar and his resignation is long overdue. He will be getting his come uppance any day now, when he will be served with a summons for perverting the course of justice - watch this space.
Behold! Here's the Prosecutor's submission to the Court which accompanied his sudden announcement that Police intended to offer no evidence against me on the charge of perverting the course of justice, and after wasting the time of the Court and me for months, here he is grovelling to the Court to withdraw the charge because there is no evidence - despite the fact that EX Constable Gallagher sat right next to Garry Wilson right through the defended hearing of the other charge, from start to finish! They withdrew the charge and offered no evidence because they knew damn well they would be done for perjury and didn't want to make it any worse than it already is!: