I. Incriminating An Innocent Person Under Art. 363.
A. This refers to acts not constituting perjury but directly tending to cause the false prosecution of another and is limited to “planting evidence”
B. The evidence should not however consist of drug or drug paraphernalia else the act is specifically known as Planting Evidence punished by the Dangerous Drugs Law
II. Intriguing Against Honor Under Art. 364.
A. This refers to any scheme or plot designed to blemish the reputation of a person by means of which consists of some trickery. The accused does not avail directly of spoken or written words, pictures or caricatures, but of some ingenious, crafty or secret plot.
Example: circulating gossips, stories or rumors highly offensive to a lady, that she is “a saint by day but not at night”.