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Flight Risk

An employee thought to be considering leaving the company. A flight risk may harm the company if he/she quits, particularly if he/she is an important employee. A company may take measures to protect itself against flight risks. See also: Key man insurance.
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Mwangi said her clients are not flight risks because two of them are married and have young families and the third is engaged.
This means the Binays would be abroad despite pending cases in the country, making them flight risks, the prosecution said.
The courts granted their travel request over the Office of the Special Prosecutor's opposition on the basis that the Binay couple is a flight risk.
His phenomenal knowledge of flying procedures and inquisitive investigations of seven reports yielded findings which slashed flight risks in some of the most congested airspace in the world.
Compounding the escape risk is the fact that inmates who are minimal flight risks are a rarity in jails as budget cuts have limited jail beds to the worst offenders, the report said.
The lawyer further noted his clients were not flight risks and that they were ready for justice.
They are a flight risk and will likely jeopardise the proceedings if granted bail,' she said, adding that they would destroy evidence.
This means the three Binays would be abroad despite pending cases in the country, making them flight risks, the prosecution said.
Rubin's wife of 22 years, Shelley, wiped her eyes, as did the couple's two children, as the judge described the men as flight risks.

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