Advocacy is a noble job, and an advocate plays a crucial role in the system of delivering justice and also holds great reverence and respect in the society. Professional misconduct is the behaviour that goes beyond what the governing body of a profession considers appropriate or worthy of membership. Disgraceful or dishonourable behaviour unbecoming of an advocate is referred to as professional misconduct.In general, the legal profession is not a trade or a business; rather, it is a gracious, dignified, and uncontaminated society vocation. Members in this profession should not encourage deception or corruption, but rather work to ensure that their clients receive justice. The way individuals of the profession conduct themselves determines the profession's credibility and reputation. It's a representation of a positive relationship between the Bar and the Bench. This is a case of professional misconduct, and it demonstrates that an advocate's wrongdoing should not be treated lightly because advocacy is such a noble profession, and it should not be degraded by the professional misconduct and unethical practises. In this case Sardul Singh v. Pritham Singh and Others, the main question was to decide whether was a professional misconduct and to decide whether the working of the respondent during the suspension period was an offence or not and also to determine the quantum of punishment was satisfactory or not?