Title 15, Chapter 12, Section 67
(a) The judge of the superior court may appoint the foreman of the
grand jury or may direct the grand jury to elect its own foreman.
The foreman of the grand jury may administer the oath prescribed by
law to all witnesses required to testify before the grand jury and
may also examine such witnesses.
(b) The following oath shall be administered to the foreperson and
to each member of the grand jury:
"You, as foreperson (or member) of the grand jury for the County
of ________, shall diligently inquire and true presentment make of
all such matters and things as shall be given you in the court's
charge or shall come to your knowledge touching the present
service; and you shall keep the deliberations of the grand jury
secret unless called upon to give evidence thereof in some court
of law in this state. You shall present no one from envy, hatred,
or malice, nor shall you leave anyone unpresented from fear,
favor, affection, reward, or the hope thereof, but you shall
present all things truly and as they come to your knowledge. So
help you God."