I will be clear there are two things always going in Hon. Court , one book of procedure law and second Hon. Court Inherent powers and staff's mood.
Generally, even in Civil Case documents are not handed over to the normal litigant. They are handed over to Adv.
Additionally, it is a criminal case, that too of fraud forgery.
Books state in person parties should seat in front of court staff and examine the documents, but court staff really don't have time to waste with you.
Some time if Hon. Judge allows you then he may direct to seat in front of Court staff or court peon and examine
For that you may need to make application.
But if you are represented by Adv. then court may decline it and tell that Adv. should come.
I will be honest in your case if you are accused it will be more difficult (Talking practically )