For many years, Richard L. Koenig spearheaded the investigation into Oregon's motor vehicle laws. The Acts of the Legislature only regulate business vehicles; yet the cops treat business and nonbusiness vehicles alike. How did this happen? Does it indicate a structural problem in Oregon's government? And what can we do about it? The answers we've found are: Oregon law consists of two "sets of books"; there is a lawyer/bureaucrat named Dexter who is responsible for making sure they agree with each other; and he's not doing his job. This failure to do his job is a crime for which he can be arrested by any citizen who is present.