SECTION 14, PARAGRAPH 11- AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES
That the crime be committed in consideration of a price, reward, or promise.
- Greater perversity of the offender shown by the motivating power of his crime
- Circumstance presupposes the concurrence of two or more offenders
- Affects not only the person who received the price or reward but also the person who gave it
- Price must be for the purpose of inducing another to perform the deed. (This must be shown in the evidence that such money or other valuable consideration was used for the purpose of inducing another.)