I agree with jonlevy. You should receive an accredited degree even if it just a masters. A degree without accreditation will not get you anywhere. It will waste your money and you won't be any better of than you were before.
An executive JD in my opinion is suspect. While Taft and Concord offer EJDs, I would question if those are actually regionally accredited degrees, the Taft one is for sure not. And real attorneys will laugh their asses off at you when your back is turned.
Not if you had to work with "real" attorneys. You would be viewed as some sort of charlatan.