Adderly (1966):  This case involved a jailhouse, and whether
a rule preventing protests in this forum was a violation of the First
Am.  Ps (students) protested on a jail driveway, which they blocked,
and on an adjacent jail’s premises.  They sang, danced, and clapped
against their schoolmates’ arrest.  They were warned that they were
trespassing, but refused to leave.  They were arrested and convicted
under a Florida trespass statute for “trespass with a malicious and
mischievous intent.”  Did this statute violate Ps’ First Am. right to
protest on jail grounds?