I don't want to get into trouble or him even more?
If you are the petitioner then you have no restrictions against making contact with him, it is he who is enjoined from being in contact / near you.
Regardless the jail can deny you access with or without a restraining order. You have no right to enter a jail for visitation.
That said, if you want to visit him then why do you need the injunction?
If you are trying to visit then file a voluntary dismissal of your injunction.
In my opinion it is an abuse of the system and extremely irresponsible as a citizen for you to hold an injunction and then go to see the subject of that injunction while he incarcerated.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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