Attorneys Luke Rioux, Temma Donahue, Lisa Chemelecki and Mark Peltier are the founding partners of Rioux, Donahue, Chemelecki & Peltier a law firm with offices on Exchange Street in Portland Maine’s Old Port. The firm name is kind of a mouthful so we’re also know as RDCP. Before starting the firm in 2014, the founding partners spent years developing successful practices in various areas of Maine law.
Attorney Luke S. Rioux
Attorney Luke Rioux (pronounced Rio) limits his practice to Criminal Defense exclusively. He practices in State and Federal Courts representing clients charged with crimes or under criminal investigation. Luke has won not guilty jury verdicts on charges including OAS, OUI/DUI, assault, terrorizing, criminal threatening, assault on an officer, violating protective order, robbery and others. He handles all adult criminal cases including homicide.
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- Call direct 207-956-0403
- Luke’s full profile
- Luke’s blog for the Portland Press Herald, Harmless Error
- His website devoted to Maine Criminal Defense Law
Attorney Temma Donahue
Temma has a strong background in family law including divorce, child custody and property division. She also is a rostered Guardian Ad Litem for family law and protective custody cases. Temma handles protective custody cases as a parent’s attorney and represents adult and juvenile defendants facing criminal charges in Maine’s state courts.
Attorney Lisa Chmelecki
Lisa represents clients in all types of family matter disputes including divorce, child custody and asset division. She also is a rostered Guardian Ad Litem for family matter and protective custody cases. Lisa represents parents in protective custody cases and also represents adult and juvenile defendants facing state court criminal charges. Lisa also handles all manner of civil and criminal appeals.
Attorney Mark Peltier
Mark represents juveniles facing criminal charges in Maine’s state courts. He also defends adults charged with state court criminal violations. Mark is a rostered Guardian Ad Litem for protective custody cases and he also represents parents in protective custody cases. He is admitted to practice in Maine’s federal courts and is also a member of the Massachusetts bar.