Man Says He’s Being Falsely Accused Of Impersonating A Police Officer And Could Face 85 Years In Prison

Jeremy owns a funeral escort service in Florida and says that he is being accused of impersonating law enforcement. “Nothing could be further from the truth,” Jeremy insists. Jeremy says he and his employees wear highly visible yellow shirts, have purple flashing lights on their motorcycles and that their uniforms are “nowhere near” the same colors and as police officer uniforms in Florida. “I believe that there are certain members of law enforcement that are out to get me,” Jeremy says. Hear why Jeremy could be facing up to 85 years in prison in the video above. And, see what Dr. Phil says after examining Jeremy’s motorcycle. On Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, see how Jeremy defends his choices in the uniforms and cars he uses for his company. And, why does he say he carries a pepper gun, which is a non-lethal weapon, and handcuffs? Check here to see where you can watch “Playing Cop … Or Just Doing His Job?” And on Monday, Jeremy is confronted by a former military police officer who says he has been closely following and questioning Jeremy’s story online. Plus, Jeremy asked to take a polygraph to clear his name. Check local listings to see where you can tune in to "Polygraph Results Revealed: Is Jeremy Telling the Truth?" to see the results. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Are you involved in a story making headlines?