The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled on whether cellphone  tracking required the level of proof needed for wiretaps. The Court held that judges can require the government to meet the standards of wiretaps when requesting cellphone data to track alleged suspects in drug activity.The lower court demanded that law enforcement seek a search warrant for the cellphone records and the Justice Department was fighting the search warrant requirement. The attack on the Fourth Amendment continues to be waged by the government.