Under a standard district court case the court must approve a TMO and that order is binding for trial procedure. In this case, that does not apply so all those objections and the like don't matter. You can still attempt to introduce all of those at trial.
I would strongly recommend that you hire an attorney to at least help you on procedures and, in particular, evidence as there are complicated foundation, hearsay, and any number of procedure and evidence rules that will seriously impact your case if you do not know and handle those well.
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