(A) If a juvenile who has been found to have committed an offense that would be a misdemeanor or a felony if committed by an adult has been placed out of the home by court order or by the Family Independence Agency, and the juvenile leaves such placement without authority, upon being apprehended the juvenile may be detained without the right to bail. Any detention must be authorized by the court.
(B) If a juvenile is placed in secure detention pursuant to this rule and no new petition is filed that would require a preliminary hearing pursuant to MCR 3.935, and no probation violation petition is filed, the court must conduct a detention hearing within 48 hours after the juvenile has been taken into custody, excluding Sundays and holidays as defined by MCR 8.110(D)(2).
(C) At the detention hearing the court must:
(1) assure that the custodial parent, guardian, or legal custodian has been notified, if that person's whereabouts are known,
(2) advise the juvenile of the right to be represented by an attorney,
(3) determine whether the juvenile should be released or should continue to be detained.