The answer is maybe. It depends on how long ago this occurred. Instructions for requesting a hearing to contest the citation should appear on the back of the citation. It will include a strict time limitation in which to request a hearing. Follow the instructions and fight it. You do not have to have an attorney to request a hearing nor have one to assist you with the hearing, but it would be helpful and increase the chances of being successful. I'm from PA, so watch for responses from attorneys licensed in Florida to make sure I have not made any mistake in what I have suggested. Good luck.
Based on what you wrote you don't need a traffic attorney but having one would help. If you are still able to contest the ticket (I would call the courthouse) and your driving record is clean you should attend the traffic hearing and plead no contest. You should receive no points and have to attend driving school and pay Court costs and your fine still but no points. You should still consult a traffic ticket attorney in case there are more facts which would change the procedure.
You can attend traffic school do that you don't receive points, or hire an attorney to see if the ticket can be reduced or dismissed. Feel free to contact me if you wish to hire an attorney to appear on your behalf.