1. The term “Duval County Courthouse grounds” herein shall apply to the exterior of the Duval County Courthouse at 501 West Adams Street, Jacksonville, Florida, 32202; the lawn area in front of the Courthouse facing Adams Street, perimeter sidewalk leading from Adams Street to the front of the Courthouse, the front steps and the entrance of the Courthouse; the garages on Broad Street, on Pearl Street, and the Sally Port entrance; the adjacent building known as the “State Attorney’s Office” which has an overpass bridge leading directly into the Courthouse; all perimeter sidewalks around the Courthouse (on Adams Street, Duval Street, Broad Street and Pearl Street), as well as around the State Attorney’s Office building (on Monroe Street, Pearl Street, Julia Street, and Duval Street); and the fenced-in garage of the State Attorney’s Office building directly across the street from the judges’ garage.
2. The public sidewalks along Adams Street; across the street from the Duval County Courthouse on Broad Street; and across the street from the Duval County Courthouse on Duval Street; are all excluded from the designation of “Duval County Courthouse grounds.” [EV notes: This means that many of the public sidewalks covered in item 1 are included.]
3. Demonstrations or dissemination of materials that degrade or call into question the integrity of the Court or any of its judges (e.g., claiming the Courts, Court personnel or judges are “corrupt,” biased, dishonest, partial, or prejudiced), thereby tending to influence individuals appearing before the Courts, including jurors, witnesses, and litigants, shall be prohibited on the Duval County Courthouse grounds….
6. Any person engaging in the type of expressive conduct as indicated in this Order may be found in criminal contempt of Court….
9. If an individual is observed to engage in conduct that is in violation of this Order after having been provided notice as set forth herein, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is hereby DIRECTED to arrest and charge the offending individual with indirect criminal contempt of Court (and any other charges deemed appropriate) and transport such person to the Duval County Jail for identification and processing.