First, it is important to understand how a bill becomes law in the state of Florida. There will be a bill that comes through the House of Representatives and a bill that comes through the senate. These bills will be similar but not exact. Once each house produces the bill, then it goes through a process that cleans up the differences. At that point it goes to the governor for either signature or veto.
Sometimes when a trial has been scheduled, continuing a trial is necessary. This is typically done by a motion for continuance, which is usually done prior to the trial, although, in some instances, it may be made orally to the court. Know that a court generally does not appreciate somebody just showing up asking for a continuance. It is much better if you can contact the opposing party and have some type of agreement before you go in front of the court asking for said continuance.