The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, which in a memo leaked to the Law Journal in June said it was looking for a test case it could take to the Supreme Court for a ruling that would allow prosecutors to obtain phone records without a warrant, has found its case.

The office has superseded the Office of the Monmouth County Prosecutor in State v. Lunsford, a drug case where the defendant, Gary Lunsford, is fighting a subpoena of his Verizon cellphone records.

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