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Criminal Defense Attorney and CNN Contributor Page Pate Dies at

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Page Pate, a criminal defense attorney and CNN legal contributor, died in a tragic drowning accident off of St. Simons Island, located in the southeastern region of the state of Georgia, on Sunday afternoon. 

He was 55.

According to The Brunswick News, Pate and his teenage son were swimming at Gould’s Inlet when rip currents swept the two into open waters. His son managed to make it back to shore, but Pate had to be rescued by water rescue personnel—who immediately performed CPR on him before transporting him to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. 

Pate was a partner at Pate, Johnson & Church, which had offices in Atlanta and Brunswick, Ga. He was also a founding member of the Georgia Innocence Project, a nonprofit dedicated to helping individuals convicted of crimes they did not commit in the state of Georgia. 

Pate provided legal analysis for a variety of CNN programs across dayparts. According to a TVEyes search, his most recent CNN appearance was Saturday, Sept. 10 on the Boris Sanchez-led edition of CNN Newsroom. He died the following morning.

Pate was also a legal analyst for NPR as well as other national and local media outlets.

Current and former CNN anchors and staffers paid tribute to him on-air and via social media.

Pate is survived by his wife and two sons.

Criminal Defense Attorney and CNN Contributor Page Pate Dies at

Pate provided legal analysis across numerous CNN programs, and appeared on CNN Newsroom the day before he passed away.

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