Perjury in North Carolina, regardless of the type of case it is committed in, is a Class F felony. The punishment depends on the defendant's criminal history and whether or not there are any aggravating factors. The punishment can as little as ten months of intensive supervised probation or as much as 49 months of active sentence for those with long criminal records.
The District Attorney makes the determination of whether or not to prosecute for any alleged crime. If false allegations are continually filed, it would be best contact an attorney in your area to assist you in requesting that no further warrants issue.
Courtney Guin Attorney at Law