a. Grounds for Motion. Upon motion made no later than 60 days after the entry of judgment and sentence but before the defendant's appeal, if any, is perfected, the court may vacate the judgment on any of the following grounds:
(1) That it was without jurisdiction of the action;
(2) That newly discovered material facts exist, under the standards of Rule 32.1; or
(3) That the conviction was obtained in violation of the United States or Arizona Constitutions.
b. Previous Rulings. The court may deny any such motion on the grounds that the matter has already been decided.
c. Motion Filed After Notice of Appeal. When a motion is made under this section after a notice of appeal has been filed, the clerk of the Superior Court shall immediately send a copy to the attorney general and to the clerk of the Appellate Court in which the appeal has been filed.
d. Appeal From Decision on Motion. In noncapital cases, the party appealing a final decision on the motion shall file the notice of appeal with the clerk of the trial court within 20 days after entry of the decision in superior court, or within 14 calendar days after entry of the decision in a court of limited jurisdiction. In capital cases, the court, after denying a motion to vacate judgment, shall order the clerk to file a notice of appeal from the denial.