While I applaud you for coming here to ask this question, I will also suggest that you may be asking the wrong question.
As noted by earlier posters, it is reasonably likely that you can get into a law school. The more important question, perhaps, is which law school you will get into, and whether that law school will put you on the path towards your goals for life after law school.
Law school is a time-consuming and expensive endeavor, and should (IMO) not be undertaken lightly. The unemployment lines are full of jobless JDs who went to "a" law school - but more importantly, the ranks of working lawyers are full of JDs who hate their jobs but don't have much choice, and no real prospects of ever getting the job they really wanted, because they went to the wrong law school.
I am saying this not to be pessimistic or discouraging - to the contrary, I encourage you to chase your dreams. I just encourage you to do so with deliberation, because the price of failure and broken dreams only goes up with age. So before you ask whether you can get into law school, I suggest you ask yourself what you want to do after you graduate from law school. Once you have that figured out, determine what kind of law school you have to go to in order to achieve your post-law school goals. Then, and only then, will you be in a position to ask the better question: will you be able to get into that kind of law school?
This evaluation process, BTW, is the subject of the first part of Thane Messinger's excellent book Law School: Getting In, Getting Good, Getting the Gold. I highly recommend this to anyone considering law school.