A flagrant abuse of trust with little in the way of mitigating factors means a jail sentence is inevitable for the former President of the New Zealand Trustees Association and Napier lawyer Gerald McKay. Mr McKay , 74, was found guilty of five charges of theft, five charges of using a document for pecuniary advantage, and one representative charge of criminal breach of trust. McKay practised law in Napier from 1967 until his practising certificate was suspended following a Law Society investiga...