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Proprietor Of Funeral Escort Firm Explains How His Uniforms And Badge Differ From The Ones Worn By Police

Jeremy owns an escort company in Florida and says he has been falsely accused of posing as a police officer and could face up to 85 years in prison if convicted. Jeremy says he went to great lengths to ensure that he and his contractors’ uniforms didn’t look like Florida law enforcement uniforms. In the video above, you can see the uniforms they wear for funerals. And after examining the badges on their uniforms, you’ll see why Dr. Phil says, “If you go to great lengths not to be confused with law enforcement, it appears you have gone to great lengths to replicate a law enforcement badge.” On Friday’s episode, watch Jeremy explain his conduct during a run-in with a driver while he is holding a memorial service. Check here to see where you “play cop … or just do his job?” Can see. And on Monday, Jeremy is confronted by a former military policeman who says he closely followed and questioned Jeremy’s story online. Also, Jeremy asked for a polygraph to erase his name. See the results. Check the local listings to see where you found “Polygraph Results Revealed: Is Jeremy Telling the Truth?” TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Do you need Dr. Phil, to get real with someone? WATCH: Why a man who owns a funeral escort company says he’s handcuffed