Born in Tortola, the Virgin Islands, he was educated in England. Arrindell worked as barrister in Georgetown and in 1824, he defended John Smith in his trial. Arrindell became Attorney-General of British Guiana in 1845 and was subsequently appointed Chief Justice of British Guiana in 1852. He was created a Knight Bachelor in 1858 and was made a Companion of the Order of the Bath in the same year.
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| Attorney-General of British Guiana
1845 – 1852
Robert Rutledge Craig
Jeffery Hart Bent
| Chief Justice of British Guiana
1852 – 1862
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