A

The difference between subjective and objective tests of entrapment revolves around the fact that subjective test of entrapment focuses on the defendant’s state of mind, whereas objective test of entrapment focuses on the conduct of police officers during the entire period of inducement to commit the crime. The two elements of subjective tests include the government’s inducement and the defendant’s predisposition to commit the crime. Two conditions under which the government can use to prove defendants’ predisposition to commit crimes include the willingness to commit the crime and the conduct of police officers during the process of inducement.