-My undergraduate major was "Political Science-Legal Studies" from a relatively unknown public school.
-My GPA there was a 2.74 (LSAT 167).
-I defualted to law school.
-I went to a T3 on a full scholarship.
-I needed a 2.0 to keep it and got a 1.98.
-I've got about 20K in debt.
-I don't have a backup plan.
-I don't have a plan even if I graduate from law school.
-I'd be damn near last in my class.
Money isn't the issue, so take it easy for minute and instead focus on whether you want to be a lawyer or not. That's the only real question in play here. Money can be found through federal and private loans. 20k in debt is nothing to worry about and if you bring the gpa up, you can get the scholarship back. If you aren't interested in law, stop going because you are likely wasting your effort. That said, a JD is looked at like an MBA, so unless you are interested in something other than b school, you might be wasting time dropping out of law school to start at a new school.
We need more information to help, but if you are worried because you've fallen below your scholarship gpa and that is the primary issue, you should let it go and keep on fighting.
If, however, you don't like law school, that's a different story altogether.
A low GPA doesn't necessarily doom you to never making money. It's just more of a challenge and if you thought at all about law school, you're likely the type who enjoys a good challenge.
Don't panic. Talk to your academic advisor. Speak with close trusted friends. Good luck.