Whatever you think of South Florida red-light cameras — lifesavers or revenue generators — there’s one part of the system that’s particularly galling. If you meekly accept the ticket that’s been mailed to you, you pay $158. But if you want to fight in court, you have no choice but to gamble and risk nearly doubling the fine — to $295 — if you lose. “Inherently unfair, and total coercion,” said Fort Lauderdale attorney Jason Forman. Suzanne Bohen, who works near a camera intersection in Boca Raton, agrees. Boca started its red-light program in April, and Bohen got a violation in the mail last month. Although she admits she rolled through a right turn without coming to a full stop, she says she did so in a “careful and prudent manner,” as allowed by the state law regulating red-light cameras.