(a) Where To Appeal. A party must seek review of a decision in a criminal case in the superior court of the county in which the offense allegedly occurred if the court of limited jurisdiction from which the appeal is taken is located in a joint justice court district. In all other cases, a party must seek review in the superior court for the county in which the court of limited jurisdiction from which the appeal is taken is located.
(b) Change of Venue. If a party seeks review in the wrong superior court, the venue of the appeal shall be changed to the proper superior court on motion of a party or on the initiative of the superior court.