Flower your jury instructions
Select your jury instruction up front. Integrate with your theme and theories. Jurors often think lawyers want to avoid the law. Show them the law they are apply the facts to in a way to help them understand and to clarify and overcome your opposition.
Judge Gregory Alarcon, of the Los Angeles Superior Court in an article “CACI Meets the Bard” in the Advocate Magazine, July 2020 suggests using instructions as the spine of your case. In scripts and stories that is the narrative thread that continues the central idea of the story, or a theme-driven trial He has seen many trials and speaks with great insight. If you want to see the article it can be seen at https://www.advocatemagazine.com/article/2020-july/caci-meets-the-bard. It is an interesting and has applications to Shakespeare.