Rewatching Batman animated series, I came across this line in the episode "on leathery wings", where Bullock wanted to net Batman.
[Detective Bullock] Just make sure the D.A. 's office can give me an airtight case, sir.
The question is the meaning of give me a case.
My first guess was that the case here means argument to support Bullock's arrest of Batman. But why give me(Bullock)? If there is a give in court, the receiver, if I understand correctly, should be the judge and jury. "give Bullock" does not make sense to me.
My second guess was that considering the receiver is Bullock, the case here might mean advocacy or support. But the law dictionary of M-W does not approve this guess.
My third one was that I was taking the sentence too literally and give me a case just means give the case(for me).
My last guess was a wild one. I'm guessing that Bullock pictured a court scene where Harvey Dent would give the case and prove that Batman is guilty, a scene that feels like a show. The show will be "given" to all the audience, including Bullock.