SHEBOYGAN, WI (WHBL) - Wisconsin's highest court is hitting the road again. The State Supreme Court will hold a session in Sheboygan today -- the 24th session outside of Madison since 1993. It's part of an outreach initiative to show school students and others throughout the state how the Supreme Court works. Spectators will get to hear arguments in two ground-breaking cases. Both involve the question of whether it's constitutional for police to track down a suspect by obtaining the person's cell phone data without a warrant. Nicolas Subdiaz-Osorio claims that Kenosha Police violated his rights when officers worked with his cell phone provider to track his signal, and arrest him for a murder. The second case also involves the police usage of cell phone signals to find a murder suspect.