|Appearances|| Diabolical Box|
vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
|Relations|| Inspector Gilbert|
|Occupation||Police Officer at Scotland Yard|
He wears a purple police officer's uniform, has brown sideburns and brown moustache. He is a chubby and small policeman.
When the game first begins, he is seen examining Andrew Schrader's room along with Inspector Chelmey when Dr. Schrader's body was found. After this, Professor Layton and Luke were told to leave the crime scene.
Later on in Chapter five, Barton called Professor Layton and Luke to go back to the Hotel in Folsense since Inspector Chelmey will uncover the culprit of Andrew Schrader's death in front of their very eyes. Also in this chapter, he is seen interviewing the residents of Folsense along with Chelmey.
In Chapter four, Professor Layton, luke and Flora went to modern day London to Scotland Yard to ask for files from the archives. After this, both Barton and Inspector Chelmey travelled to Future London along with the trio through the Time Machine in the Clock Shop.
Barton made a short appearance as a newbie police officer in Scotland Yard's force. Emmy is introduced to both Inspector Chelmey and Barton when she visits Inspector Clamp Grosky for information regarding the Specter and Misthallery.
Constable Barton made an appearance in the movie as a cameo. He was seen with Inspector Chelmey when they are chasing down Don Paolo in a car when it is revealed that Paolo silenced the bell of Big Ben.
"Despite his appearance, Inspector Chelmey's assistant, Constable Barton, is a mere 27 years old. Though he's often hard to read, Barton is actually extremely adept at covering for his supervisor's occasional oversights."
"A placid bon vivant, Constable Barton is the perfect foil for Inspector Chelmey. His love of the chase is dampened only by his recurring hunger pangs, which he satisfies by frequent visits to local eateries."
"A placid bon vivant, Barton joined the police force hoping to follow in his father's footsteps. He passed the tests with flying colors, but the daily performance of his job is hindered by a tendency to overeat and fall asleep on duty."