Attorneys working the case have postponed his scheduled plea for July 10.
Garrison, 37, was arrested in Livermore on April 22 on suspicion of sexually abusing a child under 14, court records show.
He briefly appeared in Pleasanton court Wednesday for a scheduled plea and a motion to set bail.
Alameda County Deputy District Attorney Venus Johnson in court told Judge Hugh Walker that all discovery (police reports, statements, etc.) were recently turned over to the defense.
Garrison is being represented by Hayward-based Attorney Jules Bonjour.
Garrison faces multiple child sex abuse charges, according to court records.
A police report said the victim told a detective that the alleged sex crimes have been going on for about two years.
Alameda County Deputy District Attorney Joseph R. Eichhorn announced at a court hearing on April 25 that a .
However, Eichhorn told Livermore Patch he was unsure if the the second victim would step forward in the case.
Garrison is being held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin in lieu of $450,000 bail.