Greg brings with him the academic background of an Honours B.A. in Psychology from McMaster University and a diploma in Human Resource Management from Fanshawe College. For over a decade, he has also worked directly for paralegal companies in Ontario that deal with the Highway Traffic Act and Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act as both an Office Manager and Customer Relations Manager. His friendly, professional, and knowledgeable service provides an approachable avenue for clients that are seeking out assistance in protecting their rights after having been charged by the police.
Greg has assisted literally thousands of defendants over his years working for paralegal companies in Ontario. His years of customer service and administrative experience working hand-in-hand with licenced paralegal teams has helped ensure that clients have their matters thoroughly documented and managed from first contact to completion.
With over a decade of experience in client relations and office administration for both lawyers and paralegals, Lisa brings forward an impressive skillset in ensuring that our clientele’s experience is both friendly and professional. Virtually every client of OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services will at one point or another be aided by Lisa. Whether through her friendly and courteous assistance over the telephone or in person, her experience with the Highway Traffic Act, or assistance with the administrative management of your matter, Lisa is a key member of our overall team in ensuring the professional management of your case.
Born and raised in Leamington, Mark Gebriel has always been interested in law and government. After graduating from the Law and Security Administration Program at St. Clair College, he returned to enroll in the Paralegal Studies Program. After graduating and being licensed by The Law Society of Upper Canada as a Paralegal, Mark Gebriel joined Ron Harper's team as the lead court agent in Windsor, Sarnia, Blenheim and Leamington.
His educational background of both policing and legal application in the courtroom makes him the ideal candidate to defend the many charges that OTD Legal handles. Mark owns and operates his own firm and continues to be the lead agent for OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services Professional Corporation.
From any Highway Traffic Act matter to various CVOR and Commercial Motor Vehicle charges, Mark has become well versed and capable of defending your matter in Court.
Mark has an advanced knowledge of both French and Arabic.
Paula Rumbolt is a Licensed Paralegal in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada. She graduated with distinction from the post-graduate paralegal program at Conestoga College in Kitchener, Ontario.
Paula also has a Social Services Worker diploma from Northern College, and is nearly completed a Bachelor of Arts degree from Horizon College & Seminary.
OTD Legal Services is proud to be in practice with Chris Hall.
Chris graduated with a GPA of 3.98 from Sheridan College’s Paralegal program. During his studies, Chris was awarded the “2016 passion For Law and Learning Award” in recognition of his academic achievements and dedication. Chris was handpicked by Sheridan College to represent their institution in competing against other academic institutions and Paralegals from across Ontario at the “Durham Mock Trial Cup.”
Chris began his court experience as an Assistant Prosecutor in the Ontario Court of Justice, Provincial Offences Court. Chris remains in contact with Sheridan College since his graduation and has been appointed to their Paralegal/Professional Advisory Council.
Chris brings with him significant knowledge, ability, and experience in representing the legal interests of our clientele before the Ontario courts. His friendly and professional disposition makes him well suited, along with our entire OTD Legal Services team, in helping you understand the legal system and protecting your rights and personal interests at court.
Angela has had a passion for law since childhood. She graduated college in May 2014 with honours and went on to complete her Ontario paralegal licencing. She has been in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada since October 2014. Angela secured a job with a firm that handled mostly provincial offences matters under the Highway Traffic Act and Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act. She was the front-line court agent for Southwestern Ontario at this firm.
Angela cares about each of her clients and enjoys advocating for clients before the courts. She has an established reputation and relationships with most courts in her region with which to benefit her clients.
Emma Supapol has a background in Human Resources and Psychology from the University of Guelph but followed her passion for law when she enrolled in Sheridan’s Paralegal Program. During her time at Sheridan she remained undefeated in mock trials and excelled in Alternative Dispute Resolution. Emma interned with another law firm in Mississauga where she worked directly under the managing attorney. At the firm, Emma was exposed to many different areas of the law but gravitated towards criminal matters. During her internship Emma assisted with case research, client relations and frequently acted as a court agent for that firm. Emma graduated from Sheridan College in October 2016 and went on to complete her Ontario Paralegal Licencing Exam in February 2017.
Emma has over a decade of customer service experience. She is compassionate, friendly and spirited in defending the rights of others.