In this Supreme Court case, Jascha Chiaverini, a jewelry store owner, sued police officers from Napoleon, Ohio, alleging a Fourth Amendment malicious-prosecution claim. Chiaverini claimed that the officers brought criminal charges against him without probable cause, leading to an unreasonable seizure of his person. The Court held that the presence of probable cause for one charge does not automatically defeat a malicious-prosecution claim relating to another baseless charge. The Court emphasized that courts should evaluate such claims charge by charge. The issue of causation was not addressed in this case and was left for the Sixth Circuit to determine on remand.