Timelines are important and powerful tools
For most people, organizing events chronologically is the first step in learning and understanding. Take advantage of this, both to learn about your case and as a way to present what you have learned to the jury.
Placing things in chronological order provides you the greatest degree of flexibility in determining what to do next. Chronological order is not the only way to tell your story but it is the most common. Regardless of how you eventually present the case, remember that virtually every narrative style requires that you start with a temporal analysis and a chronological understanding of the facts.