Since the monitor was removed Oct. 18, Adams has been a model citizen, according to a conditional bond release program progress report filed Tuesday in Oklahoma County District Court.
The report shows Adams has maintained communication with the program, tested negative for drugs and alcohol, not committed any new crimes and paid all supervision fees.
He is “favorable with all conditions of his release and pretrial program,” a case manager wrote.
Box continues to be critical of the police investigation and has said he hasn't seen “a shred of evidence” that ties Adams to the murders or the crime scene.”
Jaymie Adams was pregnant with her fifth child when she was killed.
The mother and three of her children had stayed at a women's shelter in Norman two months earlier.
Justin Adams reported his wife missing in the early hours of Dec. 10. He told investigators that he and his wife were “swingers,” who both actively used Craigslist to solicit men for sex.
He also said Jaymie Adams was a working prostitute who was meeting clients the night she disappeared.
Jaymie Adams' decomposing body was found about a month later in a wooded area near Lake Stanley Draper.
The medical examiner said she was stabbed multiple times and suffered blunt force trauma.