Not only is it dangerous, but texting and driving can also have some serious legal ramifications.
Attorney Tim Monsees of Kansas City firm Monsees Miller Mayer Presley & Amick stopped by NBC Action News Midday to talk about the laws drivers on both sides of the state line have to watch for behind the wheel.
Click on the video above to see the full interview.
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