Every case has its details. That part’s obvious. What’s not obvious is how we choose to frame them. In every instance there’s a new set of facts, data and jurors. For every piece of valuable information, there are a plethora of details that prove superfluous. The challenge for trial lawyers is to pinpoint what works and what doesn’t. Even then, there’s more work to be done, and it’s generally with the intention of one thing: getting the jury to see your side of the story.