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Question: If a parent has court ordered supervised visits with specific day, time, and location designated by the court are they able to see their children outside of this court ordered time and place?

Answer: Your question does not specify whether this is a family law court order or a juvenile court order.  If it is an order by the Juvenile Court in a dependency proceeding, you should have a court appointed attorney to discuss this issue with.  Generally, when a court orders supervised visitation, it is because unsupervised visitation has the potential to impose a risk to the child.  Since the court has specifically set a date, time and location for each visit unauthorized visits would not be permitted. 

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