I wish you lots of luck. I have three pieces of advice for you. First, look at 4th tier and non-ABA schools. You will find a school that fits your needs. Don't overlook schools with evening and part time programs. Good lawyers graduate from many different places.
My second piece of advise is get a handle on your personal life before attempting law school. I attend a non-traditional evening program and I see lots of students drop out or fail because of personal problems. Doing well in law school will take most of your time and energy. If you can't find the hours to read, review , and attend class without distraction you will implode. the people around you have to be supportive of your efforts.
Third, continue visiting discussion boards like this one, lawstudentparadise.com, and my site lawschoolafterdark.com. Listen to the people who offer help and ignore the few trolls who will spew negatives.
Please don't take this as someone saying you can't do it. That is not my aim. Don't give up. I wish you lots of luck.