This year in York, Pennsylvania, a sixty-five-year-old gentleman, suffering from depression, registered his 5-foot-long alligator with the state as an emotional support animal. With proper registration, he now brings his emotional support alligator with him wherever he travels. If the alligator chomps, are your staff trained to respond appropriately?
Today I am excited to speak with you about the theory of the case and its construction. I plan to address the theory of the case briefly and then spend the majority of my time talking to you about the case construction bearing in mind the case theory. Whenever you are about to present your case to a jury or even in instances of a bench trial, your theory of the case is your version of what happened. Your goal is to illustrate your case theory through a thoughtful and persuasive case construction.