You would need to ask the judge for permission to present witnesses. The opposing counsel will also have a chance to ask them questions. Any documentation that you take in, you MUST have one copy for the judge, one copy for the opposing counsel, and one copy for you, but you should take originals as well of anything that you can bring in.
Assuming you are in Miami, here is a link to some information and the practice manual is a link on the left side of that page:
You probably don't have time to read all of it, but skim through it. Good luck.
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