If you hire an attorney then there is a reasonable chance the attorney can get the judge to reconsider the ruling. They can file a motion for new trial
or a motion for reconsideration but they usually have to be filed within 30 days so you would need to hurry.
Also, the records from the cell phone company are probably still not admissible in the form you are getting them.
You have to get them in a way that gets past the hearsay rule which requires testimony
that they are business records and just getting them "certified" doesn't do that. The attorney will know how though.
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