"Your Honor, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, for you to understand what it is I'm about to tell you today, you need to do something. I need you to believe in the impossible. As children, we're taught that the police are there to protect us, to serve. We're told that our tax dollars go toward training them to be the champions of the city. But for some of us, it still seems impossible that a police investigator, one of Central City's finest, could betray that trust. And even worse, under the guise of upholding the law to commit the most heinous act that on person can carry out against another. But that is exactly what Barry Allen did. Now, the prosecution will prove beyond any doubt that he stood among us a wolf in sheep's clothing. But here's the thing. Barry Allen wears a mask, used his connection to the law, his experience as a police investigator, especially as a crime scene technician, to stalk a beloved professor and husband and murder Clifford DeVoe in cold blood."
—Anton Slater on Barry Allen[src]

Anton Slater was the district attorney of Central City during the trial of Barry Allen.


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Anton was appointed district attorney of Central City after Cecile Horton stepped down to act as Barry Allen's defense attorney in the latter's trial for the alleged murder of Clifford DeVoe, while Anton served as the prosecutor.[1]

Later, after Barry's trial and subsequent release from prison, Cecile resumed her position as Central City's district attorney.[2]


The Flash

Season 4

The Chronicles of Cisco

Behind the scenes

  • In the DC comics, Anton Slater was the district attorney who prosecuted the Flash during his murder trial for killing Professor Zoom.


  1. "The Trial of The Flash"
  2. "The Icicle Cometh"
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