Whoa, with those options you might consider one of the online law schools. I think the quality is improving and the stigma is slowly disappearing. My wife is going through the process now, and I'm learning a lot along the way. In addition to considering what you want to do long-term, think about the school's reputation in the local community. They say the legal field is small, and boy does my wife have the stories to support that proposition after working as a biglaw paralegal for 6 years.
If you go the online route, check out Concord, St. Francis, and ALU.
Also don't worry if they are accredited cause the ABA is an elitist institution that doesn't recognize true greatness rite guys