(a)    Basis. After the court has entered an order ruling on a pretrial motion, an order of adjudication, or an order withholding adjudication, any party may move for rehearing upon one or more of the following grounds:

(1)    That the court erred in the decision of any matter of law arising during the hearing.

(2)    That a party did not receive a fair and impartial hearing.

(3)    That any party required to be present at the hearing was not present.

(4)    That there exists new and material evidence which, if introduced at the hearing, would probably have changed the court’s decision and could not with reasonable diligence have been discovered before and produced at the hearing.

(5)    That the court is without jurisdiction of the proceeding.

(6)    That the judgment is contrary to the law and evidence.

(b)    Time and Method.

(1)    A motion for rehearing may be made and ruled upon immediately after the court announces its judgment but must be made within 10 days of the entry of the order being challenged.

(2)    If the motion is made in writing, it shall be served as provided in these rules for service of other pleadings.

(3)    A motion for rehearing shall toll the time for the taking of an appeal.

(c)    Court Action.

(1)    If the motion for rehearing is granted the court may vacate or modify the order or any part thereof and allow additional proceedings as it deems just. It may enter a new judgment, and may order or continue the child in detention pending further proceedings.

(2)    The court on its own initiative may vacate or modify any order within the time limitation provided in subdivision (b).