Are evidence of prior acts admissable

I have a phone hearing in Sept, against my former employer. The whole case will be determined on credibility of both parties. My former employer was fined in 2013 for non-payment of livestock and his cattle license was suspended for 10 years. My claim against him is for non-payment of final check and illegal deductions. Can I use the court order finding him guilty of non-payment of livestock and the amount of his fines and suspension to impeach his credibility and do I have to file a motion to introduce this exhibit ? Also he is trying to enter exhibits that are not relevant to the wage claim. Am I allowed to file a motion to suppress any exhibit that is not relevant to the claim?

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