Sorry for the delay in responding. I'm on Eastern Time, and I was already in bed when your question came in last night. I saw it a few minutes ago when I got online.
With this being a judgment call on the part of your attorney to not submit these items into evidence for the judge's review, as I see it, the only way you could ever submit these items in the future would be to appeal your case in such a manner that the court of appeals might send it back to the trial court for a brand new hearing. Otherwise, since these items were in existence at the time of your first hearing, and your attorney chose not to use them, you wouldn't be able to get them before the judge now.
I would suggest that you contact a different attorney in your area for a full evaluation of your evidence that was not submitted by your current attorney, and to discuss an appeal, if you really want to pursue this any further. A live attorney will be able to look at everything you have, and also possibly review the transcript of your hearing to see if anything could have/should have been done differently, and also discuss a possible appeal with you.
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