Reuters- Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation will make their cases before a congressional panel on Tuesday regarding a court order to force the technology company to give the FBI data from the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters.

On Thursday, Apple filed a motion to vacate the court order, maintaining its stance that Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook said he would be willing to take all the way to the Supreme Court. Apple’s general counsel, Bruce Sewell, will argue Tuesday that creating a tool to unlock the phone would weaken the security of hundreds of millions of Apple devices, according to Sewell’s prepared remarks before the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee.

“Hackers and cyber criminals could use this to wreak havoc on our privacy and personal safety,” he said in those remarks.

Apple law firm, FBI director to encounter before CongressSewell will testify directly after FBI Director James Comey, who told lawmakers last week that creating an unlocking technique would “unlikely to be a trailblazer” for setting a legal precedent and would not be useful for breaking into later generation Apple devices.

Comey told a congressional panel on Thursday that the phone could have “locator services” that would help the agency fill in a gap in its knowledge of the route that Syed Rizwan Farook and Malik Tashfeen traveled as they fled police after their shooting rampage in December that killed 14 and wounded 22 in San Bernardino, California.

“We’ve looked at every gas station camera, every intersection camera, we have the whole route, but we’re missing 19 minutes before they were finally killed by law enforcement,” Comey said. “The answer to that might be on the device.”

Manhattan District Lawyer Cyrus Vance may also testify to get the FBI, arguing that default gadget encryption “severely harms” criminal prosecutions at the status level, including in instances in his district including at least 175 iPhones.

Vance’s office possesses drafted legislation it wishes Congress to enact that could exceed the single court circumstance and require businesses like Apple to make certain that their devices could possibly be accessed in unencrypted kind.

“My colleagues from jurisdictions around the country have been running into the same road blocks in their efforts to investigate and prosecute serious crimes,” Vance said in prepared remarks.

The U.S. Justice Division has sought courtroom orders to induce Apple to extract info from 15 devices during the past four months, in October you start with a circumstance in Brooklyn where Apple declined to cooperate with investigators.