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Q: What is a closing argument?


A: A: It’s an opportunity for the lawyers to give a summary of why the jury should find in favor of their clients. It gives us a chance to show the jury what we have proven and what the other side has failed to prove or failed to live up to their promises. During closing argument, also known as summation, we lay out the key facts and tie it into the law to show the jury that our side is more likely right than wrong.