You can fly unless the order says you can't which it likely would not. (It will not help, however, if you are Middle Eastern.)
As to proof you may have been duped, I would tend to discount this (as all those on the "losing end" of a court battle think it was wring and unjust) but in fact I did see that happen once, so if this is true, find a really good HONEST attorney in the Bay Area. Find the money. This is not a job freeadvice.com
Asking for a new hearing is often not successful. If you feel you need a new hearing I would strongly suggest retaining an attorney to assist you.
As far as flying I have never seen a CLETS order prohibiting flying. You need to look at the order.
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