Controversial Florida pastor Terry Jones said he will follow through on his plan to protest outside an Islamic center in Michigan next week despite a judge's order to stay away from the mosque for three years, according to a report from the Detroit Free Press.

Jones had planned to protest against jihad and Shariah law outside the Islamic Center of America in Dearborn on Friday, the largest mosque in the metro-Detroit region that is home to one of the largest populations of Arab-Americans.

However, Judge Mark Somers ordered Jones and pastor Wayne Sapp to jail after a jury determined they would likely breach the peace. Somers set a $1 cash bond for Jones and Sapp and ordered them not go to the mosque or adjacent property for three years.

"The arrests, the whole proceedings, were a definite violation of our Constitutional rights," Jones said. "As a matter of fact, we were arrested and had not even committed a crime. It is a complete violation of our First Amendment right of freedom of speech. It was clearly influenced by the mosque."

Jones first drew headlines in September for threatening to burn a copy of the Quran, the primary religious text for Muslims. He initially relented but eventually followed through on his pledge last month, prompting violence and protests in Afghanistan.

On Thursday Jones accidentally fired his .40-caliber handgun outside a Detroit TV studio following an interview. The gun fired a bullet through the floorboard as Jones was getting into the passenger side of the car.

Police noted Jones has a Florida concealed weapons permit and said no crime had been committed. Jones told reporters firing his gun was "an accident."