Can talk about evidence that Plaintiff has already described
Keep it brief. KEEP IT SIMPLE.
Simply and directly tell jury that facts of the case will support his/her side, and ask for a verdict.
“Members of the jury, after you have heard the evidence, we are confident that you will find the defendant guilty of each count in this indictment: armed robbery and murder.” [Prosecution]
“At the conclusion of this case, you will have grave doubts that Tom Smith was anywhere near the robbery when it occurred. If anything, you will be convinced that someone else did it. Consequently, Tom Smith is simply not guilty of anything.” [Defense]