If you have really got a red light ticket and you want to fight it, check to see if the citation mentions that it is civil in nature. If it is you should send an admission of facts pursuant to the Florida Supreme court rules, where you simply state that on the date in question your vehicle was NOT in violation of the law in the State of Florida, and did not run the red light at that location.
This admission would be sent and if you have proof by certified mail that they received it and if they do not respond before your hearing date and 30 days goes by, you MAY get your facts admitted in the record and they are barred from presenting facts on this issue and the ticket should be dismissed.
here is a link on the procedure
I saw someone use this technique, and the hearing officer for the town told the lawyer that he could not do that and the lawyer read the supreme court rule, and the hearing officer dismissed the case, but only after he ran the video which everybody in the room could see his client blew through the stoplight.
I do not know if this would work without a lawyer, but it should because the clerk at MIlton is going to toss your certified mail and not understand the significance of a request for admission of facts.