I did it. Had about 5 years in between though, and finishd 44 units the first go around. I had to start over, with the LSAT and everything because of the time delay. ABA requires you finish your degree in a certain amount of time (5-7 years depending on full or part time).
When I met with the admissions director at the school I am currently attending, he told me my past law school wasnt going to hurt me. My grades were mediocre. In reality, LSAC only counts your undergrad GPA, but you dod submit grad school transcripts as well.
He said he was looking for people who would be sucessful in law school and I showed that.
I left because of my husband's military transfer too.