Will County Judge Robert Livas allowed Jain to travel so his son can visit medical schools. Jain's attorney, Gerald Kielian, made the travel request during a Thursday morning hearing at the Joliet courthouse.
Jain, 60, faces 10 counts of felony criminal sexual abuse, five counts of misdemeanor battery, and a single count of criminal sexual assault for allegedly groping five women while working at the Hedges Clinic. Jain stopped working at the clinic after his arrest in February.
The Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation then suspended Jain's medical license indefinitely after he refused to testify at a hearing.
Jain is also the target of four civil lawsuits alleging he groped, fondled and sexually assaulted women while working as a doctor. A fifth lawsuit accuses Jain of sexually assaulting a minor child.
Special prosecutor Dave Neal said Thursday that he is still waiting to receive evidence, including medical reports.