A man accused of intentionally sexually touching a child in the Hunter will face a committal in court next month.
Magistrate Brett Shields continued Steven Robert Dal Molin's conditional bail when the 50-year-old faced Raymond Terrace Local Court on Monday, where the matter was mentioned.
Mr Dal Molin was charged on July 4 with intentionally sexually touching a child aged between 10 and 16 years old.
He was granted bail at his first court appearance in July, which was continued on Monday.
As part of his bail conditions, Mr Dal Molin has been ordered to personally report to police three times a week, not approach or contact the alleged victim, not approach the alleged victim's school or any other place the child might go for study or care.
He must not have any contact with prosecution witnesses or stalk, harass, intimidate or recklessly or intentionally destroy or damage property of the alleged victim.
Mr Dal Molin has also been ordered not to have any unsupervised contact with a child aged under 16.
He will face court again on September 30.
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