Oregon Aggravating Factors For Capital Punishment

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(1)The defendant is a future danger
(2)The defendant committed the murder pursuant to an agreement that the defendant receive money or another thing of value for committing the murder or the defendant solicited another to commit the murder and paid or agreed to pay the person money or another thing of value for committing the murder
(3) The defendant committed the murder after having been convicted previously in any jurisdiction of any homicide, the elements of which constitute the crime of murder or manslaughter in the first degree
(4)The defendant murdered more than one person in the same criminal episode
(5)The homicide occurred in the course of or as a result of intentional maiming or torture of the victim
(6)The victim of the intentional homicide was under the age of 14 years old
(7)The victim was one of the following and the murder was related to the performance of the victim's official duties in the justice system: A police officer, a correctional, parole or probation officer or other person charged with the duty of custody, control or supervision of convicted persons, a member of the Oregon State Police, a judicial officer, a juror or witness in a criminal proceeding, an employee or officer of a court of justice, or a member of the State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision
(8)The defendant was confined in a state, county, or municipal penal or correctional facility or was otherwise in custody when the murder occurred
(9)The defendant committed murder by means of an explosive
(10)The murder was committed after the defendant had escaped from a state, county or municipal penal or correctional facility and before the defendant had been returned to the custody of the facility
(11)The murder was committed in an effort to conceal the commission of a crime, or to conceal the identity of the perpetrator of a crime
(12)The defendant personally and intentionally committed the homicide

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