REASON FOR QUALIFYING OR AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES
> Its existence may give another designation of the offense committed or increase the penalty to be imposed if the accused is convicted
WHAT SHOULD THE PROSECUTOR DO IF EVER THERE EXISTS AGGRAVATING OR QUALIFYING CIRCUMSTANCES?
> To be appreciated, it must be specifically included in the allegation of facts.
> It must also be proven just like the crime itself—it should be proven beyond reasonable doubt