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Dr. Friederike Goltsche, Senior Associate


Dr. Friederike Goltsche


Licensed since 2009

Languages: German, English

  • Attorney at Law at stetter Rechtsanwälte since 2016

  • Doctorate (Dr. iur.) from the FernUniversität in Hagen with Prof. Dr. Dr. Vormbaum

  • Legal training in Münster and Hagen

  • Certified Specialist in Criminal Law
  • Member of the Munich Bar Association


The design of the general German Criminal Code of 1922 (draft Radbruch), in the series: Publication series on contemporary legal history, Volume 3: Contributions to the German criminal law of the 19th and 20th centuries, materials for historical comment, publisher de Gruyter Verlag, Berlin 2010 (sponsored by the Gustav Radbruch Foundation).


Book Contributions
Commentary on §§ 111b-l StPO (German Code of Criminal Procedure), in: edited by Esser/Rübenstahl/Saliger/Tsambikakis, Kommentar zum Steuer- und Wirtschaftsstrafrecht (Commentary on Tax and White Collar Crime), Verlag Dr. Otto Schmidt, 1st edition, Cologne 2017



Dr. Friederike Goltsche | Successfully gathering evidence by means of criminal investigations versus instrumentalizing the state prosecutor for civil law purposes – where are the limits? What makes a successful criminal complaint? What are the claimant’s (injured party’s) rights?
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Dr. Friederike Goltsche, Senior Associate
Where do you get your motivation to fight for your clients?

„In my case it was my mentors. They not only introduced me to criminal law but also shaped my approach to working with clients today. Professor Thomas Vormbaum, the defense lawyers Rüdiger Deckers, Eberhard Kempf and, now, Sabine Stetter. They have all shaped me in different ways. The art is to put yourself in your client’s shoes. What would I have done in this situation? Only then does it make sense to go into details. This combination of know-how, experience and attitude fascinates me. It works and leads to success. That is my motivation.“