Tomorrow, Apple’s general counsel Bruce Sewell will make its case before a congressional Judiciary Committee.

It’s Apple’s first appearance before Congress since the company received an order to break security measures on a phone linked to the San Bernardino attacks, and Sewell may be facing a skeptical crowd.

He’ll be joined by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, who has been an outspoken critic of the company’s encryption policies, as well as a number of House representatives who have been vocal supporters of the ‘s position in the past. FBI Director James Comey will also appear before the committee, although he will appear on a separate panel.

Sewell’s opening statement could be reproduced in full here

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