FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Red light cameras have been a source of controversy and debate since cities started using them to ticket drivers for breaking the law.

Some argue the cameras make drivers more conscious of red light running, and thus make the streets safer for drivers. Others argue that the cameras are just a way for cities to make money.

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What do you think?

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Fines for red light runners range from $75-$100 depending on where the ticket is issued.

But CBS 11 investigative reporter Mireya Villareal has spent 3 months digging into city records and has found some surprising people are allowed to skip out on paying them.

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Don’t miss her I-Team special report Monday night at 10 and chat about it on social media with the hashtag #WhatsTheirExcuse?