rest your case

I rest my case

What you've just heard or said proves, supports, or sums up my argument or point of view. (Adapted humorously from what a lawyer might say at the end of a legal presentation.) A: "I think we should put Billy in daycare so he learns how to play better with other kids." B: "But he hates having to share." A: "I rest my case."
See also: case, rest

rest your case

1 conclude your presentation of evidence and arguments in a lawsuit. 2 used humorously to show that you believe you have presented sufficient evidence for your views.
See also: case, rest
References in classic literature ?
If you can prove that his grapnel removed any portion of your roof, you had better rest your case on decoverture of domicile (see Parkins v.