Developing Your Theory and Themes of the Case in Criminal & Civil Trials
Created on September 22, 2019
In every matter, civil and criminal, the attorney must develop a strong theory and supporting themes, which simply and persuasively explain why they should win. Developing the best theory and themes of the case allows a practitioner to utilize the dominant emotion and relevant law to their advantage throughout every stage of the litigation. Learning how to brainstorm, identify, and properly deploy the themes in furtherance of the theory, is of critical importance to maximizing one's chances of prevailing at trial.
In this program, criminal trial attorney Joseph A. Bondy reviews the definitions of the theory and themes of the case, their importance to success, how to develop strong theories and themes, and techniques for their implementation during the course of a case.
- Discuss the importance of a strong theory and themes
- Develop powerful theories and themes
- Use the theory and themes throughout a trial
This course originally appeared as a part of our September 2019 Bridge the Gap event.
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