Former CIA agent Edwin P. Wilson has been tried three times, convicted twice and acquitted once. He faces two more trials.

His court record:

* Nov. 17 -- Convicted in U.S. District Court in Alexandria of conspiracy to smuggle four handguns and an M16 rifle in 1979 from Virginia to Libyan agents in Europe and North Africa in violation of federal export laws. Sentenced to 15 years in prison and $200,000 in fines.

* Feb. 5 -- Convicted in Houston of conspiring in 1977 to ship 40 tons of C4 high explosive by cargo jet from Texas to Libya for use by Libyan terrorists. Sentenced to 17 years' imprisonment and $145,000 in fines.

* Feb. 16 -- Indicted by a federal grand jury in New York on charges that he conspired last fall, with his 22-year-old son Erik, to arrange the murder of two U.S. prosecutors and seven others connected with his case or with his alleged past activities in Libya.

* March 4 -- Acquitted by a jury in Washington of charges that he conspired in 1976 to assassinate a political foe of Libyan ruler Muammar Qaddafi who was living in exile in Egypt.

* Spring 1983 -- Wilson and his son probably will be tried in New York on the murder conspiracy charges.

* Spring 1983 -- Wilson faces trial in Washington on charges of conspiracy to export explosives to Libya.