Location of information within a sentence also affects emphasis. Generally, the end of a sentence conveys the greatest emphasis, the beginning of a sentence conveys secondary emphasis, and a parenthetic phrase or clause at a natural breaking point in the middle of the sentence conveys the least emphasis.
This is from the bottom of page 39 below. I had to do double take! I thought author flipped the order. Doesn't the BEGINNING of a sentence convey the GREATEST emphasis? But END of a sentence conveys SECONDARY emphasis?
Charles Calleros, Kimberly Holst. Legal Method and Writing II: Trial and Appellate Advocacy, Contracts, and Correspondence (Aspen Coursebook Series) (8 edn 2018).