Rule 29. Multiple county offenses.
(a) When a minor is charged in a petition with the commission of offenses in more than one county, all proceedings except the trial may take place on all charges in the county in which the petition is filed.
(b) If a minor denies some or all of the charges for those offenses committed outside the county in which the arraignment takes place, the court may enter such denial and set the matter for a pre-trial conference, or refer such charges to the prosecuting attorney for the county in which the offenses are alleged to have occurred. If the offenses are alleged to have occurred in a county which is within the same judicial district, the arraigning court may order that the matter be scheduled for trial in that county.
(c) Out of county charges may be included in a proposed pleas agreement as provided in Rule 25. Such charges shall not be dismissed by the court except on motion of the prosecuting attorney for the county where the offenses are alleged to have occurred, or on the court's own motion as part of a plea agreement approved by the court.
(d) Where charges are referred to another county for further proceedings, the clerk of the court where the petition was filed shall transmit all pertinent documents, including the petition, summons, minutes and orders to the receiving court clerk. The receiving court shall proceed with the case as if the petition had been originally filed and arraignment held in that court.