You would absolutely be civilly liable and could face a criminal prosecution as well, not a good idea.
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Lol. Classic law school question. No, you cannot boobytrap your land. The idea is that it might someday harm police or other people that may try to gain access for legal means. There are also use of force issues.Ask a similar question
You could be arrested and/or sued for setting up a booby trap.
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Don't do it!
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