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If the person testified or vouched as to their authenticity in court, then they could be charged with perjury. Depending on what the documents were, they could be charged with a form of fraud; this lists all of the items that it is illegal to falsify:
The prosecutor's office would have to bring charges for that. Lastly, the judge could arguably hold the person in contempt for submitting false information to the court.