This opinion is that of a soon-to-be-1L, so anyone feel free to contradict.
I think, if money is a real concern, go to Toledo.
1)Your first year and some of your second isn't going to be all that different no matter where you go.
2)To pass a bar and start practice without 3 years worth of tuition to pay back is a good deal.
3)As far as your interests, they may change. If they don't, use your own initiative to find good summer study abroad/internships that deal with crim law and intl law. Hell, you might even be able to find some real swanky stuff around Toledo you can do during the school year, like hang out in the Federal Public Defender's Office or the Solicitor's office. I did this during undergrad. When Washington got too expensice, I transferred to U of SC in Columbia, and got work as a State Senate Page. The political contacts and experience I've been able to acquire since far outwiegh anything I could have gotten from working in some bureaucracy in DC
Again, just an opinion. Congrats and good luck.
Anyway, if money is enough of a concern to you--for some people it isnt at all--i'd go where the money's at.