Every case has a theme-a short phrase or sentence that conjures up the entire episode. Like the refrain from a popular song, the theme should be short, memorable, and catchy: "Don't Worry. Be Happy."
The theory of a case describes what happened, or more precisely, what you must prove or disprove in order to prevail is the theory. If you do not have a strong, memorable, persuasive, and-perhaps most important-provable theory, then you do not have a strong, memorable, persuasive or provable case. This
lesson describes how to create a theme and theory for your case.