ROME  - A judge in Milan on Tuesday ruled that Italy's former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi will go to trial for the publication by one of his media outlets of sensitive transcripts from a tapped phone call. Berlusconi is already a defendant in three trials: one for having sex with an underage prostitute and abuse of office, another for bribing a lawyer to provide false testimony and a third for tax fraud involving his media empire. "This umpteenth trial will end up with nothing, just like all the others," Berlusconi's lawyer Niccolo Ghedini told reporters on the court steps, calling the trial "incredible" because the charge had never been brought before.