You hav e a proof problem. I dont think grandmother will come into court and say she doesn't supervise. In that case, it's just your word against sweet old grandmother's word and you will probably lose. So, you need to provide some evidence of unsupervised vitation. I don't know how you would get it except to hire an inmvestigator to follow mom and take pictures of her with the child, away from home, unsupervised. Until you can show such evidence I strongly suggest you follow court orders.
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