The remaining charges and the penalties against retired Lt. Col. Oliver North are as follows:

-Obstruction of Congress in Sept. and Oct. 1985, five-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.-False statements to Congress on Sept. 5, 1985, five-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.

-False statements to Congress by North on Sept. 12, 1985, five-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.

-False statements by North to Congress on Oct. 7, 1985, five-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.

-Obstruction of Congress in Aug. 1986, five-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.

-Obstruction of Congress in Nov. 1986, five-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.

-Obstruction of a presidential inquiry in Nov. 1986, five-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.

-False statements on Nov. 23, 1986, five-year imprisonment, $250,000 fine.

-Destroying or falsifying government documents, three-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.

Receipt of an illegal gratuity, the installation of a security fence around his suburban Virginia home, two-year imprisonment and $250,000 fine.

-Conversion of traveler's checks to personal use, 10-year imprisonment, $250,000 fine.

-Conspiracy to defraud the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service, five-year imprisonment, $250,000 fine.

A wire fraud charge stemming from the diversion and a charge that North created false documents to obstruct the investigation of the security fence were dismissed last year on other legal grounds.