To answer your question, if you violate a court order regarding visitation, you may be held in contempt. Based on the additional information you provided, it sounds like you need to consult an attorney to review the specifics of your situation. There is supervised visitation for a reason, so addressing that would need to be your first step.
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I agree with Craig, there must have been a reason for the order of supervised visitation. Don't violate the order. When you do, you can be held in contempt and penalized. Get an attorney to help you lift the supervision if appropriate.
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