You don't really, it is an incredibly secretive and closed process. Best bet is to hire a lawyer if you are the subject of a grand jury investigation.
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The Florida Bar has general information on Florida's grand jury process. I have attached the link for you.
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Both my colleagues are correct, the grand jury process is intentionally secretive and kept away from the public.
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It seems all the attorneys responding are agreement. The grand jury proceeding are secret and not open to the general public. I attended a grand jury proceeding one time in my thirteen years as a defense attorney and that was because my client was testifying.
I am not sure if your concern about the grand jury process. If you believe you may be indicted or that you may be called to testify, you should consult an attorney.