BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- An attorney for Connecticut yesterday continued to attack this city's fiscal practices in an effort to show that it is not insolvent and that it should not be permitted to go bankrupt.

In the third day of hearings here, Elliot N. Solomon, a lawyer with the Hartford firm of Hebb & Gitlin, which is assisting the state, grilled city Finance Director Richard V. Robinson in cross-examination to undermine his earlier testimony. He charged that the official had been pressured by Mayor Mary C. Moran to change his views on Bridgeport's decision to seek protection.

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