Today, the Ohio Supreme Court accounced a decision in Froehlich v. Ohio Dept. of Mental Health, clarifying when the statute of limitations begins to run on a claim for malicious prosecution. In a 6-1 decision, the Court held that the one-year statute of limitations contained in ORC 2305.11(A) began to run on the date a grand jury declined to indict the accused, who was a nurse at a psychiatric hospital. The nurse had argued that her time to sue should be extended through the conclusion of post-grand jury discussions by the prosecutor about additional potential charges. In his lone dissent, Justice Pfeifer indicated that the statute of limitations should not begin to run until there is a final disposition that the accused is innocent, which he further stated a "no bill" does not assure.