The court shall grant a motion in arrest of judgment only if:
(a) the indictment or information on which the defendant was tried is so defective that it will not support a judgment of conviction;
(b) the court is without jurisdiction of the cause;
(c) the verdict is so uncertain that it does not appear therefrom that the jurors intended to convict the defendant of an offense for which the defendant could be convicted under the indictment or information under which the defendant was tried; or
(d) the defendant was convicted of an offense for which the defendant could not be convicted under the indictment or information.