The first problem I ran into is that I have that drive to be a prosecutor, but I am actually fascinated by all elements of law. I'm geeky and I like contracts, my charisma leads me to want to litigate, my ambition is drawing me to biglaw. I am literally all over the place. I know law school is the right place for me, but for the sake of a personal statement, is it best to focus on one specific element in order to sell myself?
I can't read your statement because you took it down. But don't write about aspects of the law with which you have no experience. I.e. unless you have had experience with criminal law, working with contracts, don't talk about it. People applying to law school are expected to not know anything about the law - if you talk about it in any sort of detail, you could end up sounding like you have no idea what you are talking about.
If you want to write about why you want to go to law school, talk in broad detail about what it is about the law in general that attracts you.