Henry Germain was back in court today, only to have his case continued again Dec. 16. The former Castlewood Country Club tennis director, who faces 16 charges of child molestation with six female victims, was last in court Oct. 22 when the case was continued.
A representative for his attorney, Elizabeth Grossman of Berkeley, and Deputy District Attorney Susan Torrence agreed to the continuance.
In October, Judge Hugh Walker allowed changes in visiting his children, by allowing him to spend time with his two sons without adult supervision.
He is still required to have supervision when spending time with his daughter. Other conditions of his release are that he is not allowed to leave the state or contact any minors or the alleged victims.
Germain is out on $1.14 million bail and has yet to enter a plea. The next hearing is at 9 a.m. Dec. 16 at the Pleasanton courthouse on Stoneridge Drive.