Before we begin the trial of any case, we always want to know what we want to be saying at the end of the case. That's called the theme of the case. The theme of your case may be acid reflux as the defense, it may be that it's the Tyndall effect that is the theory of our defense, it may be rising blood alcohol. All of these may apply, but when we present the case to the court, to a judge or jury, we need to pick what is the central theme of your case and present that theme, driving it home so that you may be found not guilty.